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Coronavirus: Staying Safe Means Staying Prepared
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We are located in the greater Bristol area, with offices in Southington, New Britain, Wolcott, Plainville and more.
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Festival of Wines Rescheduled for Oct. 3, 2020
Due to increasing concerns regarding the spread of the coronavirus with cases in the U.S., Bristol Health is taking proactive measures to prepare for COVID-19.
Click here to learn more or call our coronavirus hotline at 860.261.6855.
Dizziness impacting your life? If so, you’re not alone. More than 69 million people have experienced vestibular dysfunction at some point in their lives. Vestibular therapy - an exercise-based program, designed by a specialty trained vestibular physical therapist, to improve balance and reduce problems related to dizziness - can aid in controlling symptoms, reducing falls and improving your overall quality of life. Vestibular issues are often caused by a disorder of the inner ear, neck dysfunction or another condition.
Special evaluation techniques are used to determine your specific need.
Most adults living with a vestibular disorder go undiagnosed and never receive treatment. As a result, their quality of life, their ability to perform both routine and unique has been diminished. Patients suffering from vestibular disorders often experience:
Examples of exercises you may learn during therapy sessions include:
Expected vestibular rehabilitation outcomes include:
When surgery is necessary, Bristol Health has your covered.
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